TOWING AND SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
WARN I N G
Ensure tow line is strong enough and is in good condition.
DO NOT use chains for pulling a disabled machne. Chain link can break. Use wire cable
with ends that have loops or rings.
Attach the tow line only to recommended connection points provided on the machine.
DO NOT tow faster th n 1.2 mph (2 km/h).
DO NOT have tension on the to line when inspecting it.
DO NOT jerk the tow line; it may break.
DO NOT allow riders on a machine that is being towed.
A machine used for towing must be as large or larger than the towed machine and have
sufficient brake, weight, and power capacities for the conditions.
If a disabled machine is stuck in mud and for towing on a grade, strength of tow line or of
the tow bar should be at least 150 percent of the gross weight of the towing machine.
Keep tow line at minimum angle. DO NOT ex eed 30-degree angle from straight ahead
Failure to follow these warnings could causeinjury or death to personnel and damage to